Accounting Currency

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Accounting Currency

The currency used in the internal accounting of an organization. For example, if a bank records all its transactions in British pounds, the pound is its accounting currency. Under some circumstances, a currency, notably Special Drawing Rights, may be used only as an accounting currency and for nothing else.
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